"Vivamus et novos transiluisse Canis ignavus."
"Vulpes velox fuscus saltare sur canis puter."
"Velox frons vulpes volpes salto super ignavus canis."
"Vulpes velox fuscus..."
"Hect-antechron: civerto fulverto vulpren; supreit: inersuto cainren." (At least that one's funny.)
Cross-referencing this Latin/English translator makes me think it's somewhere along the lines of velox + brunus/badius + vulpes + salio + super + ignavus + canis (before conjugation).
I'm sure there's different ways to translate it but I have no idea if any of the above would be passable to someone who's a Latin expert. So any help would be appreciated.